Round 1 - Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State. Chance of availability: 90%
It seems like we are obsessed with Size so why not draft the biggest receiver in the draft who also happens to be a National Champion.
Round 2 - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama. Chance of availability: 70%
He can be developed into a dominant Right Tackle.
Round 3 - Philip Gaines, CB , Rice. Chance of availability: 80%
We need to improve our secondary and Gaines definitely has the ability to contribute early, but not as a starter yet.
Round 4 - Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State. Chance of availability: 50%
He can back-up Bell at Left Tackle from day one, might be able to challenge him for the starting job sooner than later.
Round 5 - Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB, Boston College. Chance of availability: 80%
Hopefully, this guy learned from the other BC LB on our team
Round 6 - Joe Don Duncan, TE, Dixie State. Chance of availability: 70%
He can catch and block. Has the versatility to play TE/FB/HB.
Round 7 - Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest. Chance of availability: 60%
We need a guy to play the slot. Hopefully, he can look at W. Welker and J. Edelman for inspiration. It's a copy-cat league.
The Chance of Availability is strictly based on my opinions after reading multiple sources regarding the upcoming draft. The only possibility of a reach is Kelvin Benjamin. Not confident that Kouandjio will be available to us in the 2nd round, Billy Turner in the 4th Round, and Campanaro in the 7th round.